The technology of website push notifications is natively available for SSL-certified, secure websites only. But if you have an HTTP website, don’t worry, we've got you covered.

For HTTP websites, the PushCrew code creates a branded secure sub-domain for your website which collects subscribers on your website’s behalf. The URL of the sub-domain will be something like https://your-website-name.pushcrew.com. If you want us to setup a personal sub-domain instead, we can even help do that.

Here’s how the implementation will look like:

The first time somebody visits your website they see a PushCrew powered opt-in box. Here’s how it will look:

PushCrew for HTTPS websites

There are settings to edit the message on the opt-in box as well as the text on the buttons. If you don’t want this box, you can even enable the opening of the secure sub-domain on click of a button / link.

Once somebody clicks on the ‘Allow’ button, the secure sub-domain which collects subscribers on your website’s behalf opens. To become your subscribers, users have to click on ‘Allow’ in this window. This is how it looks:

PushCrew for mobile HTTPS websites

If they click on ‘Don’t Allow’, the first pop-up will not appear again. Instead, a chiclet will start appearing on your website upon clicking of which the secure sub-domain opens again. There are settings in dashboard to disable this or customize text on it. Here’s how it will look:

PushCrew for mobile HTTPS websites

The implementation consists of the following 3 steps: